Kobe King scored just six points on 3-of-9 shooting as the University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team dropped its second consecutive game.
The Badgers scored 20 first-half points and fell to New Mexico 59-50 on Tuesday in the final game of the Legends Classic.
Wisconsin (4-3) was coming off a 23-point second half in Monday’s loss to Richmond.
The Badgers shot 34 percent in that game. They shot exactly 34 percent against New Mexico, as well. They were also 2-for-26 from beyond the arc.
On top of that, Wisconsin had just six assits on its 18 field goals, along with 14 turnovers.
New Mexico, on the other hand, finished 44 percent from the field and just 3 of 13 from deep.
King, a La Crosse native, did have five rebounds, a steal and no turnovers in 27 minutes.
Wisconsin plays at North Carolina State on Dec. 4.
TOP PHOTO: New Mexico guard JaQuan Lyle (5) defends Wisconsin guard Kobe King (23) in the first half of an NCAA college basketball game in the Legends Classic, Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2019, in New York. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)